Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Until Next Season


Time to say farewell until next season, Faithful Reader!

We are sitting in a hotel in Fort Lauderdale, eating Publix shrimp and drinking cheap wine.  

Back in the USSA
Grenada to Vancouver is a long way - especially when you have Glen for a travel agent.  We flew last night to Trinidad (we know, wrong direction) and spent part of our 11 hour layover in an airport hotel.  Today we flew from Trinidad to Miami - and wonder of wonders - we didn't spend 2 hours in the Immigration line-up.  We were through in minutes and rushed out to our rental car to carry us to our Fort Lauderdale hotel.  Tomorrow, we fly at 6:02 AM (Ugh - can you believe that?) and we will be at YVR by noon.  

But great to get home.  So excited to see our little grandbabies/preschooler!

We loved our season this year - we got to use so many of the courtesy flags that Pam sewed over last summer.  BVI, St. Martin, St. Barts (French), St. Kitts and Nevis, Antigua, Guadeloupe (French again), Dominica, Martinique (French again), St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Grenada.

Grenada beach


We spent time with wonderful people - locals and fellow cruisers.  Saw some amazing places... and left some tantalizing spots for next year.

And now it's time to go home and enjoy the good life we live there with all of our wonderful family and friends.

Ciao - until next fall/winter!


Fearless Crew


3 comments:

  1. Pam and Glen: CONGRATS on another great year and wonderful stories shared with us all. I have enjoyed your run down the island chain and you are showing us the way. Not sure we will break out of the Bahamas yet, but we may. Have a great summer at home.
    Hayden

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  2. Your trip sounds so amazingly romatico!

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  3. Love the blog & keep up the adventure! I see Char and Mike posted (waving) I do believe we're planning on leaving Kolibrie in Grenada this coming season. Do hope we get to run into you guys - miss your delightful smiles and sundowners :) Look forward to following in your wake on the way to Grenada <<>>

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